How to link your Nintendo Account to Pokemon Unite Mobile

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Pokemon Unite has finally arrived on mobile devices. For those who have been playing on their Nintendo Switch, it's a breeze to link your account to enjoy seamless cross-play.

Here are the steps on how to do it.

Trainers' saved data

Trainers' game data is saved on their Pokemon Account or their Nintendo. This depends on where they first played: the Switch or on mobile.

Note that once your account is linked to the game, it cannot be reversed. Players will have to make sure that their game is linked to the same account on each device.

How does that work? For example, in order to sync saved data, the account should both be on the Switch and on your mobile device.

Login screen for Pokemon Unite mobile
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Credit: Pokemon Unite
Follow the steps to link your Nintendo account to mobile in Pokemon Unite

Linking your existing Nintendo account to mobile

You can link your existing Nitendo account to Pokemong Unite Mobile through the following steps:

  • Download and launch the game on any mobile device. On the title page, select the “Transfer Access to Data”
  • Important: If the game starts without selecting this option in the initial setup, you will not be able to sync existing data. The only solution for this is to uninstall the app and re-install it again.
  • Next, select the Pokemon Trainer Account or Nintendo Account option on the platform log-in screen. Remember to select the account that you want to link.
  • After this, the same saved data should be linked and will be available to access on both devices.

Latest Pokemon License released

The latest Pokemon Unite license, Mamoswine, has arrived! The character became available on September 29th, 2021, and is already making a mark just a week after Pokemon Unite's mobile release.

Trainers can get the Mamoswine License in the Unite Battle Committee Shop for 8000x Aeos Coins or 460x Aeos Gems.

Trainers can also watch out for eight--yes you read that right, eight free upcoming Pokemon licenses that will be available soon.

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